The manager of a steak restaurant in Nakhon Ratchasima Province tore apart job applications from students who stated that they wanted to earn more than 10,000 THB per month.
The job application is for a part-time position. The manager took her anger for the applicants even further when she posted the torn papers online and captioned “Go back to school and graduate and find a job before asking 9,000 – 15,000 THB per month for a part-time job.
Do you understand the definition of part-time? If they handed the applications directly to me I would tear it up in front of them and give them hell”.
Netizens commented that even for a part-time job a person should earn more than 10K per month, as the average cost of living is often more than the minimum wage of 300 THB per day.
What the manager has done is not right and is discrimination against people who are simply looking for a way to earn a living. The restaurant manager claiming that she would’ve given them hell if they handed the job applications directly to her might be pushing it too far.
The manager also stated that when you’re working a part-time job you are being paid by the hour, there is no way that someone would earn more than 9,000 THB per month.
Many netizens disagree on this part and state that most companies now offer more than 10K for part-time workers, it may go by hourly but with added benefits and tips an employee will receive more based on real experience.
The manager claims that someone who earns more than 10K requires real skills and a long time of experience in the field. What do you think about the manager’s actions? And how much should a part-time worker earn per month?